I really can't tell if this is spam or not.
<-- engineering student =]
I've got the spring set of bendys, and what I will prob do is use a flexible line in conjunction with an elbow fitting or somthing a few inches away from the evap head.
One thing I am wondering about is the control, as mentioned above, is from a fridge and of course it's a dial with 1-9 on it... not too sure what that means in terms of my application tbh.
Another thing I am thinking about is the power, do I need to wire up a special psu or something for this or use the existing wall plug?
Fedex changed my delivery date, the manifold was supposed to be here yesterday >_<
I finally found the rods at Grainger shurik, it seems Lowes here quit carrying them about a year ago (the employee I spoke with is married to a welder, she said she bought like $400 of those lenox rods for 50 bucks and paid 40 for his welder machine :O...gotta love clearance)
in most cases the black wire from the wall plug gose to the realy and comes out and gose to the compressor white wire is straight to the compressor
when the thermo relay reaches its set temp it clicks and opens the internal switch wich brakes the circut when the relay get hot againe it closes the switch and turns the compresor on well u dont need this
black wire snip before relay black wire after relay to compressor snip near the relay throw relay out hook up both black wires or instal a togel switch between the 2 black wires to controll the unit on off manualy
irons tt 12vdc has a controll modual that speeds up and slows down the speed depending on temp and load the idea is good to save power but it never works right and u end up haveing hot cold spikes and never a even temp